CONFIDENCE Law Office reminds companies that, when transitioning to remote work due to the coronavirus, it’s essential to review compliance with data protection requirements. Ensure there are no changes in data volume (e.g., location of remote work, provided passwords, time spent on tasks, employment details, equipment transferred to the employee). Confirm that the duration and purposes of data processing remain unchanged and assess the implementation of new tools, such as timekeeping, employee communication (Skype, Teams, Zoom), or unused information storage tools (Dropbox, GDrive, OneDrive). In case of changes in data processing, update documentation, including the data protection policy, records of data processing activities, and contracts with communication and IT service providers. Employees should be informed in writing about any changes in the processing of their data.”

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